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a padded cloth covering to keep a teapot warm

enjoying or affording comforting warmth and shelter especially in a small space

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For this show, he assembled works by a long list of British and American artists, from Sarah Lucas and Cosey Fanni Tutti to Robert Mapplethorpe and Benglis herself, as well as Australians including local artists the Kingpins and Tyza Stewart, and dispersed them among a long-running artist-run initiative in Chinatown (TCB Art Inc.
Founded in 1969 by P-Orridge (ne Neil Megson) and Cosey Fanni Tutti (nee Christine Newby), COUM drew its idea of collectivity from street theater and alternative music scenes, and was not as politically mobilized as other British collectives of the day.
Stutz 5-9 4-5 15, Cosey 6-15 0-0 17, Walden 2-3 0-0 4, Lewis 1-8 4-4 6, T.
Cosey, vice chancellor for student affairs and executive dean, City Park Campus of Delgado.
The story describes two childhood friends, Christine and Heed the Night, whose world is torn apart when Christine's grandfather, Bill Cosey, marries Heed when she is only eleven years old.
Greta Cosey, media and merchandising manager pronounced it a "great" year.
In Cosey Beach, some homes immediately next to the coast experienced severe surge-related damage (entire walls and decks missing, foundations eroded), but wind damage was sparse in general.
Despite stepping up in class, there could be some mileage here in having a small interest on inform local stayer Scala Cosey, who could be underated at morning odds of 13-2.
Lawyers Leigh Day & Co, appearing for Belhaj have been reported saying that the Libyan, who is suing Britain over its alleged role in his 2004 rendition, had been scheduled to contribute to the investigation after British Prime Minister David Cameron promised it would consider whether ties between the British and Libyan security services became too cosey during Muammar Gaddafi's rule.
Morrison's subtle connection of Bill Cosey to Bill Cosby critiques ideologies that situate the family as a national institution of patriarchal ownership, ideologies that have dominated and defined U.
Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, Polish artist Piotr Uklanski and Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan are also featured, as are British artists Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk and Cosey Fanni Tutti.
Pete Cosey, lead blues guitarist for Electric Mud (1968) and other bands
When a murder victim is tied to Grant via a planted bloody screwdriver DCI Levi Cosey and his colleagues begin to consolidate their case against him.
A blessed stove was roaring white-hot; there were cosey, cane bottomed arm-chairs, and a none-too-pleasant-looking bar keeper who glared suspiciously at us as we came in.